We help families navigate the immigration process.
CPLC Family Immigration Services helps reunite families that have been divided by international borders or mixed immigration statuses. Serving Tucson, Somerton, and Nogales, Arizona, our services are accredited by the Department of Justice’s Board of Immigration Appeals.
We offer a broad range of low- and no-cost services designed to meet the needs of someone in any stage of the immigration process.
Services include but are not limited to:
Contact our offices for any immigration process you do not see on this list. CPLC Family Immigration Services is committed to providing quality, affordable, accurate, timely, and personalized services to meet your immigration needs.
“No matter how hard or complicated your situation is, they will help you.”
Only a licensed attorney or a BIA-accredited individual can provide you with legal advice on your immigration case. Notaries and Certified Legal Document Preparers are not allowed to provide legal advice, and those offering advice may be a scam. Stay safe and speak to an accredited professional. You can find a list of accredited organizations and individuals here.
Currently, CPLC does not offer representation for cases in immigration court. If you are facing deportation or another immigration court matter, you must seek counsel from an attorney. You can find a list of immigration attorneys at: www.Aila.org.
As part of the National Immigrant Empowerment Project through a grant from the Catholic Legal Immigration Network, Inc. (CLINIC), CPLC Family Immigration Services is working to promote immigrant integration into our society and communities. Immigration is a dynamic, two-way process in which newcomers and the receiving society work together to build secure, vibrant and cohesive communities.
By working with our clients and the local community, we want to help identify barriers that prevent immigrants from fully integrating into society and work together at the grassroots level to address these efforts and seek long-term solutions.
We partner with the Working Group to Reduce Poverty in Tucson and the Immigrant Empowerment Task Force to address structural causes of poverty and raise awareness of the importance of immigrants in our community.
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Our work is only possible with the support of our community. Your donation helps us keep prices low—less than 20% of the cost of an attorney. This ensures that citizenship and family reunification is an option to everyone.
If you would like our staff to contact you about a case, please click here to fill out our intake form and we will be in touch with you shortly.
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